Ripple Effect of Winter Storm Felt in Deep South (With Storm Photos)
Flights are being canceled in Atlanta and elsewhere. UPS warns of shipping delays.
As the Northeastern U.S. gets hit with a devastating winter storm, residents in the South are feeling the ripple effect. Flights are being cancelled at airports in the northeast and extending as far south as Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
732 (EWR) Newark Liberty International Airport
737 (LGA) LaGuardia Airport
600 (BOS) Logan International Airport
582 (JFK) John F. Kennedy International Airport
260 (PHL) Philadelphia International Airport
279 (ORD) O'Hare International Airport
130 (BDL) Bradley International Airport
152 (DTW) Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
146 (DCA) Ronald Reagan National Airport
147 (ATL) Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
133 (IAD) Washington Dulles International Airport
To keep up with flight cancellations, check Flightstat Airport Delay Map.
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UPS Brown sent out a press release Friday notifying customers of potential disruptions to deliveries.
"UPS is closely monitoring Winter Storm Nemo as it approaches the Northeast, with blizzard warnings in effect from Northern New Jersey to Coastal Maine. We have contingency plans in place to ensure the safety of our employees and to minimize the storm’s impact on pickups and deliveries," the bulletin read, going on to note that UPS Service Guarantee does not apply when transportation networks are disrupted "due to conditions beyond UPS's control."
For the latest information about any disruptions, UPS advises going to ups.com or Track Your Shipments for specific tracking information. For impact to UPS Freight® pickups and deliveries, visit UPS Freight.